Pulmonary sequestration (intralobar)
Recurrent lung abscess formation.
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Cavitating lesion in the right lower lobe medially, with air/fluid level is seen. The lesion receives blood supply from a prominent abdominal aortic branch, with venous drainage to the right lower pulmonary vein. Features of complicated intralobar pulmonary sequestration.
Complicated intralobar pulmonary sequestration.
Arterial supply is from the abdominal aorta (below the diaphragm; 20%) at the level of celiac artery.
Venous drainage is into the right pulmonary vein tributaries.